As we come to the end of our current triennial ReN plan which had CLIL and Social Justice as one key theme, and building on our recent ReN symposia at AILA2021 on "CLIL Pedagogy and Greater Fairness, Equity and Inclusion", we invite paper proposals for a CLIL ReN Special Issue of AILA Review. The proposed timeline for production of the issue is currently as follows: Call for papers (500 word extended abstract) 30 September 2021 Authors notified of outcomes 30 October 202
Following on from our meeting together at AILA, we are now beginning to finalise ReN themes for your next triennial plan. To kick things off, we’ve suggested the following three … CLIL and assessment Research methodologies in CLIL CLIL and equity To add more suggestions, or to vote for these — or any others that people might have suggested — please visit here by 30 September, and let us know your thoughts!
Russell’s term as co-convenor of the ReN ends with AILA2021, and we are seeking Expressions of Interest for those interested in this role. Convenorships are typically two triennial terms (2021-2027), conditional on the ReN being renewed by AILA. If you were interested in this role, please email your name, affiliation, and short statement (of no more than 100 words) about why this role would be of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17 September, 2021.